WWC Summer Bulletin 2004
June 21 -
Qualified students planning to enroll in sophomore nursing courses on the Portland campus should submit both a Walla Walla College application and a School of Nursing application. Application does not guarantee acceptance; the School of Nursing begins reviewing complete files on February 1 and continues to accept applicants until the
class is full, at which time a waiting list is started. Application forms may be obtained from the Walla Walla College
School of Nursing, 10345 SE Market Street, Portland, OR 97216; (503) 251-6115.
The tuition for 15 credits is $5,620. Students registering for fewer than 13 credits will be charged $442 per credit.
Lab fees are $240 for the quarter.
Room rent in Hansen Hall is $96 per week single occupancy. A $150 deposit is required to confirm the room
reservation. Unmarried students under 22 years of age or with fewer than 136 quarter hours are required to reside in
Hansen Hall and should contact the dormitory dean at (503) 251-6118.
Students may charge meals in the hospital cafeteria to their Walla Walla College account. Dormitory students eating
in the cafeteria should plan approximately $60 per week for food.
Once a student is accepted, a $300 partially refundable deposit is due by May 1 to reserve a place in the nursing
program. This deposit will be applied toward the summer tuition charges when the student enrolls. Students
accepted after May 1 should make this deposit as soon as they receive an acceptance letter. Accepted students
who miss the deposit deadline may lose their place in the summer program. The deposit should be payable to Walla
Walla College and sent to 204 South College Avenue, College Place, WA 99324; the student's name and social
security number should be included to insure proper credit.
Students needing financial aid to assist with their summer expenses should complete their financial applications by March 15, 2004, in order to know the amount of their financial aid assistance by May 1.
All nursing students must provide proof of health insurance coverage. Registered, tuition-paying students attending
the Portland campus are covered by a Student Accident Insurance policy.
Financial arrangements should be made prior to arrival at the Portland campus. Contact Doug Taylor, Student
Financial Services, Walla Walla College, 204 South College Avenue, College Place, WA 99324; (509) 527-2815 or
(800) 656-2815; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for classes will be held in the Portland campus library on Monday, June 21. Dormitory rooms will be
available after June 14 with prior arrangements.
Textbooks will be available for purchase at the school office. Students should plan about $500 for summer quarter
Marine Station — Rosario
June 22 -
Students planning to enroll at the Marine Station should submit a Marine Station application and deposit. Limited
facilities at the Marine Station necessitate restricted enrollments in most classes; consequently, application does not
guarantee acceptance. Early submission of application forms and deposit will increase the probability of acceptance.
Application forms may be obtained from the director of the Marine Station, c/o Department of Biological Sciences,
Walla Walla College, 204 South College Avenue, College Place, WA 99324; (509) 527-2602; email@example.com; or online at www.wwc.edu/rosario.
The tuition is $442 per quarter hour. Students registered for one or two upper-division (400+) courses are charged
for 10 quarter hours plus a lab fee of $884. Affiliate students pay tuition and lab fees directly to the school in which
they are enrolled.
All residents of single-student accommodations are charged a flat rate of $630 for meals for the summer session.
In order to reserve enrollment and housing, a $40 deposit is required and due at the time of application. The deposit
will be refundable if written cancellation of enrollment is received by May 15.
All Rosario students must provide proof of health insurance coverage. Registered, tuition-paying Walla Walla
College students are covered by a Student Accident Insurance policy.
Financial arrangements must be made prior to arrival at the station. Contact Carolyn Janke, Student Financial
Services, Walla Walla College, 204 South College Avenue, College Place, WA 99324, (509) 527-2815 or (800) 656-2815; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for classes will be held at the Marine Station on Tuesday, June 22, at 6:00 p.m. Students should arrive
on campus June 22. Financial arrangements must be made prior to arrival at the station.
Books will be available for purchase at the Marine Station. Estimated costs are $170 for General Biology students,
$250 for upper-division students.
Upper-division and graduate courses are offered in two blocks. Block A classes meet the first half of each week, and
Block B classes meet the last half of each week; thus, students may register for only one course in each block.
Students taking General Biology may not register for upper-division or graduate courses.
||Topics: General Entomology (Snyder)
||*Marine Biology (Cowles)
||Systematic Botany (Woodland)
||*Marine Phycology (Fitch)
|BIOL 101, 102, 103
||General Biology (Wong)